My research interests include numerical methods, solvers, grid generation, parallel computing, visualization, pre-processing, fluid-structure interaction, shape and process optimization and computational crowd dynamics. Moreover my codes and methods have been applied in many fields including aerodynamics of airplanes, cars and trains, hydrodynamics of ships, submarines and UAVs, shock-structure interaction, dispersion analysis in urban areas, haemodynamics of vascular diseases and pedestrian safety assessments. I am also the author of more than 800 articles covering the fields enumerated above, as well as a textbook on Applied CFD Techniques.
■ Deep Neural Nets for Chemically Reacting Flows
■ Blast-Structure Interaction
■ Propagation of Pathogens in the Built Environment
■ Large-Scale Pedestrian Evacuation
■ R. Lohner and H. Antil. Determination of volumetric material data from boundary measurements: Revisiting Calderon’s problem; International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow 30(11), 4837-4863 (2020).